Indian Flag Upside Down in Commonwealth Games 2014 Official Video

The Commonwealth Games have just started and so have the controversies. In the official song video produced by the organisers, the Indian flag is regrettably shown upside down. Indian Chef de Mission Raj Singh has promised that he will write to the organising committee about this error on the part of the producers and hopes that changes will be

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Indian hoopsters claim historic victory over China in Asian Basketball Championship

India beat China for the very first time at the 5th FIBA Asia Cup.

Ramanathan does well in Spain at Futures

Ramkumar Ramanathan moves ahead with Spain’s doubles partner David Perez Sanz at ITF $10,000 men’s Futures in Spain….  

Leander Paes-Cara Black lose in Second Round Wimbledon

Leander Paes and Cara Black, exit the Wimbledon Championships after  a three-set defeat in the second round in London.

How Gurmangal Dass Is Using Football To Change The Lives of Youth in Punjab, One Village At A Time

One man’s passion for his village, Rurka Kalan. A group of farmers that helped put up a proper football field and the start of a small, gentle revolution that was fueled by the healing powers of football. Reading Gurmangal Dass’ story will inspire each one of us to get out of our comfort zones to

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SS Hakim – Nobody Gave Rahim Saab An Award

While the defeat to Guam has saddened the fans of  the Indian football team, Sports Rediscovered takes a look at a time and a time and age when the Indian football team finished fourth in the Olympic Games thanks to the pioneering coaching methods of Syed Abdul Rahim. Shariq Khan had the opportunity to speak

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Why Leander Paes Is Regarded As India’s Best Tennis Player Ever

There it was, a Bollywood movie starring Leander Paes in the role of the angry central protagonist. Leander was a hero for me, from a long time ago. Ever since I saw him hit a ball in anger in a Davis Cup doubles match versus Japan in 1990. India won that match (18-16 in the

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The Incredible Journey of India’s Star Badminton Player & Coach – Pullela Gopichand

An Olympic Medal at last It happened a bit too fast. Saina Nehwal had just started imposing herself in the bronze medal match by engaging her opponent in long rallies. Before you could completely sense it, her opponent had to pull out due to a knee injury.

Jimmy George – Volleyball Legend From India

The curtain comes down today on the 2015 National Games. Among the venues that hosted the games, we came across one that stirred up the image of a 6ft tall, bearded, easy-going man. The venue in question is The Jimmy George Indoor stadium, Thiruvananthapuram, which was the setting for the Gymnastics and Handball events. Today, Sports

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